China's Li Na shed a few tears but managed smiles as well during a Beijing press conference where she explained her retirement decision. Read More |
The former World No. 1 withdrew from the Wuhan Open and all other events this year as she recovers from a foot injury. Read More |
Belgium's David Goffin keeps on winning. This time at the Moselle Open where he collected his second title this season. Read More |
Ana Ivanovic continues enjoying a stellar season after claiming her yet another title. This time in Tokyo over Caroline Wozniacki in the final. Read More |
Karolina Pliskova fought past Varvara Lepchenko in three sets to win her second career title in Seoul. Read More |
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The 18-year-old American was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma prior to Wimbledon.
Players used social media in expressing their thoughts on the Chinese star's retirement.
18-year-old Australian, who won 2011 Wimbledon Girls title, announced an indefinite hiatus.
Cilic return to his hometown in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the first time since becoming a Grand Slam champion.
Get a detailed look at Halep's 2014 season in this fun infographic.